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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE IFIHBRIDGE HERALD fiidoy, Scomber 59, 1975 Chinese intellectuals from peasants By HENRY PEKING (AP) Dr. Chiang Chu-roing is a cily surgeon. Un- like doctors elsewhere he spends a considerable time practising in the and in factories on things that have nothing to do with medi- cine. I "Because I'm BJI parts." ho said. "The first part am', have a lot o( shortcomings, (teals with from the 1 must learn from the peasants peasants ant', workers and tcarn- anci workers." he .snys. I ins how lo devote Top cooks leave for competition TORONTO (CP) Some ol Canada's top cooks will leave here by air today to represent the country at the 13th world culinary Olympics to be held Oct. 8-15 at Frankfurt, Ger- many. I The national team is cap- tamed by chef Pierre Demers of the [Utz-Carlton Hotel in Montreal and includes Manfred Scholermann, Hubert Sheck and Tony Holdan, executive chefs of the Calgary Petroleum Club, the Hotel Vancouver and the Westerbury Hotel here. Manager of the team is Hans Bueschkens, president of the Canadian Federation of Chefs de Cuisine and food service di- rector at the Winc'nor Raceway Windsor, Ont. Menus served by the Cana- dian team in the 21-country competition will include New Brunswick lobster, British Co- lumbia red spring salmon, Ca- nadian butterball turkey and assorted smoked meate. During and since the cultural revolution in the the emphasis of health care has shifted lo the countryside where SO per cert of tlie population lives. Government tif-ures show that more than urban medical workers, medical school and college graduates have settled in the countryside or frontier areas since the cul- tural revolution. Approximately trips to rural areas have been made by city medical workers during the same pcr- Dr. Chiang has been sent lo the countryside or a factory out- side the city four times. WORKS WITH PEASANTS "In I960 I was stnl to a com- i mur.e o'.r'side Poking for one he said. "In the hospital sent me to a factory for heavy machinery lor six monflis. The third time I was sent lo another commune near Peking in 1967 for three months. And in 1970 for one year to an- other commune." His trips to the rural areas ivere made with teams varying ly to the people. We work to- gether with the peasants and workers, learn their work and help them, lo understand eacli other better. "The second part deals with operations we perform on the peasants and workers and other treatment, as well as training 'barefoot doctors.' These are members of communes who practise basic medical care. WIFE ALSO WORKS Ordinarily Dr. Chiang works at the Capital Hospital, the for- mer Peking Union Medical Col- lege Hospital. His wife works at the same hospital, as a physician special- izing in hematology. They and two children live in a two-room apartment owned by the hospital and share a pl'.or.a and n toilet with other families. The Chiangs' total pay comes to the yuan equivalent of a month. They pay about rent. Although he has never been out of China, Dr. Chiang speaks English well. He is 37. He and his colleagues look m u c li younger than Westerners of the same age. His explanation: "We j CANNED WORMS Ray Mayo'j farm it 'different FORM FARM AND BAD BACK DON'T SEEM GOOD MIXTURE WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. CAP) Raymond Mayo has about 50 million head of slock on his farm, but he says he's going lo sell out because of an ailment that's ruination for a man in his business. Mayo is a worm farmer with a back, and a man who can't bend to tend the critters hasn't got much fu- ture in the worm-raising game. Raymond, 38, and his wife Sue nin the Shannon Worm of the world's four acres of rich soil just outsile this Florida cast coast city. Mayo says that in a good week he'll sell more than 400 cups of worms to retailers from California to Maine. The retailers sell the about GO to a fish- ermen for 55 to 75 cents. Mayo bought the farm two years ago after selling his moving and transfer business in New York. But his wife says a recent back problem is getting a little too much for the worm rancher. SEEING CANADA British Columbia high school students line the deck of lUuenose H during recent eight-day visit to Halifax. Their trip was part of the million Summer '72 group travel project administered by the secretary of stale1! department. SIMPSONS-SEARS Specials Perma Prest Sheet Sale Reg. to O Discontinued patterns. Broken size range. 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